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the morning and also the afternoon. so speaking of ocean city, let's head there right now with justin berk. he can tell us the current conditions that's going on. what do you have for us, justin? >> temperatures in the mid- 70s. i'll use my hand held anemometer. that is a steady wind with a gradual increase. when we first started the broadcast, we were averaging 10 to 11 mile-per-hour winds. that is a sign there is a storm approaching, and as the pressure gradient gets tight, we'll see the winds continue to increase here. so we'll keep this held up. we're starting to see the lights swing and water proof protection around our camera beginning to flap. if you notice we've got our rain gear on. we have just had a little bit of rain coming up. now it looks like i'm wimping out because jack, you are on your way home today with no rain gear. >> yeah. >> why are you out here? >> we wanted to see how bad the waves were. >> what do you? i. >> not too bad. >> where are you from? >> clifton park, new york. >> yankee fan? >> no. >> that'll make them happy back home. your mom said you were going to be lea
'm meteorologist justin berk live at 18th street here in ocean city just over my shoulder. look at the waves getting about 10 footers out there now. a squall line just outside the dark clouds should be pushing rain, more wind and bigger waves over the next half hour to an hour. you can see the big ones breaking out there. we've got a live report coming up. >>> live in the studio, i'm going to give you all of the updates and changes in earl coming up along with your labor day forecast. i think you are going to like it. >>> i'm linda so live at bwi marshal airport. how earl is affecting your travel plans and what you need to know if you are catching a flight this holiday weekend. >>> also getting out, how about top tourist destinations that will be a little smart this labor day weekend? >>> hard to believe but that's what hurricane force winds can do. we'll take to you a place that studies the impact. more inspecs than the government requires. and my fresh, all-natural chickens are never given any hormones or steroids. ♪ ...and no candy, gladys. [ clucks ] [ male announcer ] perdue. extr
i'm megan pringle. >> here is justin berk. we have ourselves a quiet weather pattern. a little chilly with more down into the 50s, but the afternoon will turn out nice and mild and a little cooler than yesterday. still a beautiful weather pattern setting up here. active tropics. we have hurricane igor still a category 4. it had gotten stronger overnight, but briefly slowing this morning. slightly slowing the winds down. julia a category 4 storm as well. a tropical storm about to hit mexico. stay tuned for that update. >> we're dry here and sitting at 55 in baltimore. ocean city. 49 in york but 62 in hager's town. notice the cool cases to our west. follow the bottom of the screen because we'll have a warmup. >> we have our first crash of the morning on the main span of the key bridge and it is blocking the right lane. expect some minor delays, but right now really traffic moving pretty well around the rest of the area. northeast part of the belt way, traffic is moving really good. we don't have any problems, no delays. on the west side more volume, sluggish towards i 70 but no p
berk. the worst of it, time it out for us, justin. >> all right, jamie, i don't want anyone to wake up and think it's completely done and it was blown out of proportion. of course linda talked about the storm weakening. high today we already had that between 2:00 and 4:00 this morning. as we're standing on the boardwalk, our feet are dry, all right? that's good. there is proof for you. we have a mobile unit and can highlight that you can see this. here in ocean city, the temperature is about 75, 76 degrees. look at those outer rain bands. we're just on the edge of it. occasionally we get a little bit of rain. the last band they came through was just light rain. about five, ten minutes ago what it had done was really kick up those winds. we're looking at the latest conditions right now, which are highlighting winds at our nearby weather station averaging about 10 to 15 miles per hour. you can see this right there at the bottom of that little window, a northeast gust at 23. that really was just about five minutes ago. every time we get one of these rain bands push through, and there's mo
? >> no, i'm still living off that. like i played. huh? meteorologist justin berk with a look at our weather. >> want to break in the stadium, at least the second game. we had a good night last night, a good weather day yesterday and we're going to pick up on that as we head through this morning. good stuff, especially for those of you who are red-eyed this morning. you may want to put the shades on. we'll have a little sunshine mixed in with the clouds. we're still an hour away from sunrise or at least an hour and a half with the chill this morning in the 50s and low 60s. we warm up nicely this afternoon. then we'll talk about igor, still a category 4 and now sister julia, hurricane julia, renamed and upgraded earlier this morning. yesterday, we've got our time lapse imagery across baltimore. you can see we had a mix of clouds thrown into the sky but this morning 67 at oriole park camden yards. that is one of the warmest spots we can find. most of you start in the 50s. ellicott city 54. 58 degrees in perry hall and 57 bel air and northeast. follow the our wake-up window at the botto
. >> how are you doing? >> i'm great, megan pringle, jamie costello. >> justin berk, fill us in on the weather today. >> milder temperatures this morning. instead of widespread 50s, it's more like low to mid-60s. under canopy of clouds that moved in over the last few hours. we're looking at glen oak, 62 degrees. currently a mostly cloudy sky overhead. we may break a little bit of sun. overall, a mostly cloudy set-up into the afternoon. still a warm day. two-degree guaranteed high, 84 degrees. there'll be isolated showers that pop up, mainly western maryland and we could have some late in the afternoon. increased, threat of showers overnight and tomorrow morning. >> traffic is starting to build ever so slightly. not enough to cause delays at this time. we're quiet, so far so good around the area roadways. no accidents to let you know about. drive times will be good as well. northbound 95, no problems through howard county. only a ten-minute trip. approaching 95, only going to take you six minutes this morning. just fire activity to let you know about in glen burnie, baltimore
it highlights your city. >> we gave the nation two hours of hope last night. >> great. >>> here is justin berk with your weather forecast. >> reporter: good morning. going to give you hope to catch up on the drought. building conditions across the area. we've had a two and a half-inch deficit of rainfall we could make up in one day. we already had heavy rain across parts of the area this morning, more on the way. even if the rain stops it looks like it's going to actualliy build back in this afternoon and lead to problems with the possibility of road spray and slick conditions. it's rain from cockeysville through towson, however, we pull back, show the south side of baltimore, the rain ended. anne arundel county and cecil county, you had rain and crofton to bowie, 65 this morning but 1.27 inches of rain was just since midnight. the atmosphere is charged and we'll have more rain and maybe heavy thunderstorms into the afternoon. with our 2-degree guaranteed high reaching 72. even if the rain stops the roads are still wet. it's very important and right now listen up to see what the traffic might
'm jamie costello. >> let's go right to weather. here's meteorologist justin berk. >> we are checking out the latest on earl. earl has gotten stronger. it really increased strength yesterday. it surpassed that. this morning's advisory from the national hurricane center, showing 145 mile-per-hour winds. a very clear distinct eye now. roughly 30 miles across. the wind field of tropical storm force winds extends 230 miles away. which means if the center of the storm is 230 miles away from ocean city, they'll still get tropical storm force winds. the one good thing here is that the passage of earl off the coast will be the weaker side of the storm. usually the right side with forward motion. the worst part of the storm is out to sea. the beaches under a tropical storm warning. winds averaging between 40 and 60 miles per hour this time tomorrow into the early part of the afternoon. waves probably 10 to 20 feet. we'll be standing there live from ocean city. coastal flood advisory, not from weather, at the bottom of the screen you see winds averaging 9 or 10 miles per hour. really the impact's n
tonight up the jersey turnpike. he's back from vacation, meteorologist justin berk. >> good morning. looks like we've got the look at some wet-looking weather this morning. say that because some of you have fog and maybe heavy dew on the windshield in the car to wipe off. we have a dry weather pattern to set up once again. the breeze will pick up and we'll clear out this afternoon. setting the stage for nice weather. even up the jersey turnpike, up towards the new meadowlands stadium. we're also looking at a monster hurricane in the atlantic with egore at a categoriy 5. we'll show that you in a bit. right now temperatures ranging from 59 westminster, 58 bel air. 61 degrees at perry hall and low 60s in chestertown at the eastern shore and centreville 62. ware -- we're looking at dry weather and multiple sweeps from maryland's most powerful doppler radar. if anything just a little bit of fog and low clouds. >>> let's check the roads with kim brown. >> we're working two accidents and two road hazards this morning. an accident still remains on scene in elkridge. the eastbound lanes of route
coat, shoes, umbrella and then some. >> meteorologist justin berk, one more time. >> you may be seeing rain more than five or six times in terms of how much we may get today. a lot of issues with the remains of what was once tropical storm nicole, had a long life span. it's going to have every little bit of a tropical feel with wind advisory, gusts of 45 miles per hour today. flood watch, heavy rain, also for tide coming up the bay. and a tornado watch in the area until 1:00 in the afternoon. all right, in addition to that, rainfall already over two inches in some spots. could max out at over five inches in some places today. flooded already an issue. heavy rain will continue all day long. we have one band pushing through right now. heaviest of the rain sliding up the chesapeake bay. kent island, graysonville, heading up towards extreme eastern baltimore county, middle river right now, over towards kingsville, getting the heaviest of the rainfall. we'll have bands of rain and slugs of moisture as you see the bottom of the screen, another push of those deeper red shadings coming up from
berk joins us with more. hey, justin. >> i expected it to be scattered showers and real rain rolling in around dark. coming in four or five hours early means it left early. the ground's still wet and the skies cleared out around the immediate baltimore area. clouds in the harrah ford zone up towards pa. we may filter moore clouds back into the picture. we're down to 66 in baltimore. 70 right now in easton and 73 in ocean city. still have to transition the slightly cooler, drier air into the region. we may still hold into the 80s as we go for our hour by hour forecast. a sunny to partly and mostly cloudy sky at times. the skies will be changeable and we should remain dry with the two degree guaranteed high. right now, let's see what's happening on those roads with kim brown. >> reporter: justin, all the way from the pa state line on the harrisburg expressway and even the 95 corridor as you make your way towards the capital beltway, we are incident free as we look right now at our maps all clear around the area. no problems anywhere. traffic looks really good. as we look right now at o
down the road. >>> coming up, we check back in with justin berk. he's on the beachmontering earl. and we've seen the video. the waves are big, the winds are picking up so we'll check in with him in a moment. [ male announcer ] are you watching cable? here's what you should be watching: your cable bill, because you could be paying way too much. stop spending more for second best. upgrade to verizon fios and get tv, internet and phone for just $99.99 a month. and here's a special bonus: you'll also get the fios tv movie package -- 60 premium channels, including starz and showtime -- plus epix -- free for 12 months. and now there's no term contract required, if you don't love fios you can cancel at anytime with no early termination fee. fios gives you the best channel lineup, superior picture quality and more hd; plus internet rated #1 in satisfaction, speed and reliability. why keep paying for cable? get fios tv, internet and phone for just $99.99 a month. plus the fios tv movie package and epix, free for 12 months. with no term contract. call 1.877.797.fios. that's 1.877.797.3467.
for joining us. >> i'm megan pringle. >> i'm jamie costello. >> we have meteorologist justin berk, it's going to be a rough couple days, right justin? >> we'll hold off most of the worst weather until most of your birthday has passed. down there in cuba, south of florida is a tropical system trying to get organized. indications from the national hurricane center, we'll be meeting tropical storm nicole at some point today. as it forms, it races to the north. not so much the wind, but it's about the flooding rain potential. two to four inches or more, a flood watch for most of central maryland and across the chesapeake bay as a result. we have high thin clouds out there. we should squeeze some morning sun. that'll give way to thickening clouds. that's our focal point really all the way down to the south and beyond our limit
a while. >> here's justin berk. >> let's run down the details here. it's you know, seven months ago, we had ourselves blizzards to deal with, now we have the remains of a tropical storm that will stay with us for the entirity of today and perhaps into the early part of tomorrow. we're looking at a wind advisory, the remains of nicole which are no longer an official tropical storm. it's broken up into a few pieces. every piece is thrown at central maryland. wind advisory with gusts of 45 miles an hour today. there could be a possibility of tornados with a watch extended to 1:00 p.m. for most of central maryland off towards the eastern shore and our states to the north and into the carolinas. rainfall could top 2 to 5 inches. flooding, almost a guarantee across the area. we have heavy rain right now around the beltway. severna park, annapolis, the orange and red shadings. there's more coming up the bay. rain over the central and southern portion of the chesapeake. here we go, 68 this morning. 75 this afternoon, it's about the building rain, big puddles on the roads, going to cause traffic
for joining us. i'm meg meg. >> i'm justin berk. swell day coming up. >> justinjustin berk. >> anybody heading down, the big bike festival in ocean city may keep interest in the tropics. we have clear skies and a chilly morning, even patchy fog and the afternoon with sun. we'll warm up nicely. the tropics however a different story. igor a category 4 staying off the east coast but those swells will be big on the shoreline this weekend. julia is up graded to a category 4 and then there is karl which will make landfall today or tomorrow in mexico as a very strong tropical storm or category 1 hurricane. >> not much action going on this morning. time lapse imagery. 57 right now under a clear sky but that is a chilly morning. we'll go to
for joining us, i'm megan pringle. >> i'm jamie costello. welcome back, justin berk. >> we've got another hurricane but this one well out into the atlantic and this one not going to impact us at least immediately and at least in the near term. we're looking at first off, after the first wet day in nearly three weeks morning clouds and some areas of fog. even dampness on the yownd that will dry out this afternoon, as the breeze gives us clearing sunshine and nice warm temperatures. there's hurricane igor. right now a very strong category 4 and could become a category 5 storm as we head on in through the afternoon or evening. we'll talk more about that coming up. this morning, just quiet around town. low clouds, areas of fog and 61 in baltimore. to 57 with fog over there in easton on the eastern shore. we're clear and we're quiet on maryland's most powerful doppler radar. five complete sweeps across the chesapeake and maryland, no rain today but early fog and clouds giving way to clearing. this afternoon's 2-degree guaranteed high of 82 with sunshine. >>> let's check the roads with kim. >>
's meteorologist justin berk. >> we're holding off the nastiness until after jamie's birthday. we have ourselves a changing
. everybody's happy? >> absolutely. >>> meteorologist justin berk. good morning. >> uneventful weather locally but we have big stuff to talk about here. here are the headlines this morning -- it will be chilly but after you step out the door we're looking forward to a warmer afternoon. much like yesterday. just a mix of sun and clouds
. >> i'm jamie costello. >> here's justin berk. >> we have cloudy skies and slightly milder temperatures this morning. chill in the 50s for all of you. we're watching a small chance of showers this afternoon, a better threat through tonight and early tomorrow. tropical storm karl hit mexico, now back over the waters. strengthening could become a hurricane for a second hit on mexico this weekend. we'll be watching igor, downgraded to a category three hurricane. locally we're talking about 56 in bel air, but not as chilly in some other spots. we're looking at 65 degrees. much different setting in glen burnie. it will turn out to be a mostly cloudy day here in baltimore with a two-degree guaranteed high reaching 84. we'll talk about showers and the weekend outlook coming up, right now, let's talk traffic. here's kim brown. >> there's not much traffic to talk about this morning, which is always a good thing when you're headed out the door. no incidents at this time, just building volume. speeds will be down slightly. as you see, at least it's moving. no issues towards 70. looks good as you c
. but first, let's get the message on your weather. here's justin berk. >> all right, we're taking a look outside, maryland's most powerful doppler radar. as you can see, we are quiet this morning. that may change this afternoon with scattered showers. right now let's go to the mta and check with mark jones. >> reporter: good morning from the mta. out there right now, heavy volume of passengers on the 13, 22 and 19 bus lines and look for the 27, 35 and 36 to be about 30 minutes late. the 10 and 30 taking a diversion at light and pratt. light rail metro subway and mark all look good for travel. from the mta transit team, i'm mark jones. [ male announcer ] it's sunday afternoon. time for football on verizon fios. the nfl in 100% fiber-optic hd quality. that's a good start. but what's this? i can check my fantasy stats without changing the channel. and get an alert any time my team enters the red zone. and then watch every red zone play on nfl redzone. watch out couch, you've got competition as daddy's favorite. it's time for fios. call the verizon center for customers with disabilities at 8
in with him later. first, let's get a check on the weather which was rocky yesterday. here's justin berk. >> that's right. we expected to have the rain ban hold off until the evening hours. it came in mid-afternoon. it makes for a beautiful friday. we should have a fairly decent friday stacking up here. this time, a major hurricane karl already hit adds a tropical storm but now winds up to 120 miles per hour and expected to get even stronger before making landfall tonight. we'll have the latest on that. >>> there's that clearing right over central clearing. the hereford zone on the other side of the bay bridge. 66 right now in baltimore. in our hour by hour forecast calls for partly cloudy skies. occasionally, the clouds may dominate the skies for a few hours at a time. we should get ourselves up to 82 degrees. the gusty wind could gust between 20 and 30 miles per hour. right now, let's see if that yes, sir our speed or better. >> most people should be above 20 miles per hour hopefully at this early hour. really, the only downside will be the wet roads. aside from that, we're off to a c
in a moment. first, we get aa check on the weather. it was a wild night. here's meteorologist justin berk. >> we'll hear about the possible tornado new york city got. the good news is even though it rained earlier than expected, it's already out of here this morning. 64 degrees and a clear sky over gwynn oaks elementary school. there may be more clouds that fight their way back in. a gusty breeze with winds. a partly cloudy sky up to 82. more on hurricane karl. a major storm about to hit mexico coming up in a couple of minutes. here's kim now with traffic. >> the slick roads contributed to slippery conditions this morning. we are working two injury accidents in the area. in jetup in howard county, southbound route 1 remains closed at monte video drive. as you see, traffic is building around the beltway. megan, back to you. >>> police say a man shot his mother, doctor and barricaded himself inside of her room where he shot and killed his mom before committing suicide. this morning, the community at johns hopkins continues to recover from such a huge scare. linda so joins us live with more
right, meteorologist justin berk ran to virginia beach. lynette charles has our beautiful weather today. >> absolutely spectacular. it'll continue for the next several days as well. there is change in the forecast, but in the meantime, a lovely labor day is in store for you. ample sunshine will continue and then we'll start to warm things back up into the middle of the week. then we'll cool things back down by the end of the week. we do have a little bit of a roller coaster ride. strap yourself in. maryland's most powerful radar looks good today. when we're dry you see all the sweet stuff. no matter where you're going, you're going to stay dry. you'll see lots of sunshine. you want the sunscreen, the shades for today as well. we're at 63 degrees and the humidity's at 60%. the dew point's at 49. not too bad and feels like 63 with the winds out of the north, northeast at about 5 miles an hour. temperatures right now, we're a little coolish, especially heading over the border into pennsylvania, 46 degrees there, we're at 59 degrees into baltimore right now, easton coming in at 55 and 55 in
want to know what it's going to bring to us. >> justin berk has the answers. >> we already thought earl peaked. we wake up with it knocking on the east coast doorstep, it's gotten stronger. winds measured at 145 miles per hour. that is a very strong category 4 storm. not just minimal for deep within that range. it appears as if it's actually expanded in size. going to about 230 miles away. could hit the north carolina coastline. at least tropical storm force winds. this will stay away from baltimore and that cold front to our west will help push the thing off the coast. until then, here we go. this is what earl means to maryland. beaches under a tropical storm warning. guaranteed there'll be tropical storm conditions within 36 hours. by this time tomorrow, when i'm standing on the beach with christian shaeffer. joce sterman going in for full coverage. we have waves between 10 to 20 feet expected off the shoreline. there may be flooding, about three-foot tidal surge. some of the water works off the chesapeake bay. coastal flood advisory for western shores of the chesapeake, not immediate
. thanks for joining us. let's get to justin berk keeping an eye on earl. >> i was thinking more like earl's dinner, that surfer. big waves, waves pushing 20 feet. 20 feet off the coast of ocean city. that's farther away than virginia beach and north carolina. we have a strong undertow, not getting the big waves. the storm is still a thousand miles away. we'll feel the impact with the waves creeping up today and tomorrow and the wind starts to build in thursday night and friday. oaks city this morning, we're watching you. we have a weather station on the beach. the ocean city public safety center at 77 degrees this morning, the winds coming from the land, west-northwest at 5 miles per hour, and check it out, these are the conditions in towson. no surfing to be found. i'm still looking for it but i haven't found it. we're cooler at 67. 94% humidity, there's some patchy fog. i drove through some across the hereford zone this morning near parkton, maybe some thick spots out there. we go for sunshine and the hour- by-hour forecast, a high of 95 this afternoon. let's check on the traffic with k
:30. great to meet you this weekend. >>> meteorologist justin berk is here. it poured on the tailgate and then the skies were beautiful. >> i think it was washing away the cobwebs. brand new season started yesterday, right? for gail in parkville, i want to let you know your dog will get wet if you go for a walk. we have a little wet weather now. parkville 65 degrees. northeast wind, gusting to 13 miles an hour. you've already seen a third-inch of rain and more on the way. in fact, the heavy rain is just pushing through parkville. check it out on maryland's most powerful doppler radar. you can see once you head towards towson, that orange and yellow, it's actually even heavier and toting down the -- dotting down the jones falls expressway through downtown beltway, canton, fells point, you're soaked and towards glen burnie. it looks like annapolis, the cutoff of the real heavy rain as it slides south-to-north. we deal with this across the beltway at least for the next half-hour to 45 minutes but there will be more to come, 72 this afternoon and periods of thunderstorms. and perhaps even
. justin berk now with the latest. >> good morning to you, this is a busy morning here, we have a lot of stuff to talk about, we'll talk about the immediate area and get to the tornado warning to our south, may have an impact on anne arundel county. not under a tornado warning now. they may be shortly. we're watching a strong, strong storm. the remains of what was once a hurricane, i'm sorry, tropical storm nicole, it's going to feel like a tropical system here with winds gusting to 45 miles per hour. we have a wind advisory, we have heavy rainfall expected, uh, on average, probably between 2 to 5 inches, even higher amounts likely. and in between, the possibility of some tornados. i had one report from one of our weather watches on the eastern shore, they had lightning extended, which isn't common with a tropical system. we have a tornado watch until 1:00 p.m., all the orange-shaded counties in maryland which include carol, baltimore, harford, cecil, down through howard, anne arundel, and off towards the eastern shore. those pink counties to our south, calvert and st. mary's. that's
-0 on the year. 10-9. >>> first, we're going to the head coach of the weather center, meteorologist justin berk. >> i kind of like that. i got upgraded from julia this morning. >> where is your headset? >> right here. i need an impressive one. we have another hurricane to talk about. we'll do that in a couple of minutes. this morning we're down with chill. in bel air 55. a lot of us in the 50s to low 60s. we'll have a mix of sun and clouds this afternoon. with our 2-degree guaranteed high of 80 degrees. for the chief of traffic center, here's kim brown. >> thank you. >>> we have a bad accident this morning. northbound 95 as you approach caton avenue you'll see the two left lanes and shoulder blocked at this time. as we look at the cameras, emergency crews on scene, traffic begins to slow at about 195. if you're coming in towards the city i probably would take the bw parkway as an alternate or perhaps washington boulevard but try to avoid 95 because these delays are just going to get worse until they get this crash cleared. back to you. >>> 6:46. today will determine who is going to be baltimor
for the weekend. here's meteorologist justin berk. >> the weekend looks good. good morning to you. the sign of a faster
, but justin berk, he was down at the ocean. >> take a look at facebook, he has some metal thing around his neck, what's that be? was he in some race? all the way to virginia beach? that's a long run. more than 10k isn't it? >> he's in good shape though, heck do it. >> we're in good shape for today. you couldn't ask for a better labor day. this is going to continue. k
city? how bad is it going to be? everybody is getting ready for the worst. we're going to justin berk watching earl. >> ocean city, we're going to follow the storm for you beginning tomorrow. the weather station, 75 degrees, great weather for them. light winds, all will deteriorate tomorrow night and friday. we're watching in rehoboth. and another hot sunny day, 95, sunny to partly cloudy skies. right now kim brown has the latest on traffic. >> we're looking good so far on the roadways, it's going to be slow us a make your way around the beltway this morning. it's starting to jam on the outer loop here at old court road. expect your usual slowdowns between 795 down towards 70 and the baltimore national pike. top side of the outer loop on the northeast side also pretty slow between harford road and dulaney valley road. no accidents. baltimore county and harford county, we'll tell you about that in a few minutes. >> it's sunny and hot. you're not in the mood to think about earl but this is the day to prepare just in case. sherrie johnson is going to be told in a couple hours we'll be on
couple hours, huh? >> let's send it to justin berk. >> happy birthday, jamie. in honor of your birthday, we got you a cake, and jumping out of if is someone named danielle. >> that's good. >>> tropical storm nicole will be coming out. i threw you off there. nicole hasn't even formed yet, but i believe nicole will be forming today. coming out of the uh, southern florida straits and off the coast of cuba, this thing will race towards maryland. rain, two to four inches or more expected. this is going to be a big time problem. this morning we start off with temperatures into the 50s, 56 degrees in cockeysville. 59 in carney and down towards arnold. showers lingering off the shoreline. high thin clouds begin to spread and thicken back up today. am temperature, by the way, is off. we're looking for a quick jump from 66 to 71. we'll stay in the 60s with rain developing later on. let's get the first check of the roads. the happy birthday traffic report with kim brown. >> happy birthday, jamie. our favorite person up here, easily. no accidents to let you know about right now, however in anne
morning. a little wet out there. >> let's find out with meteorologist justin berk with the weather. >> good morning. we're taking a look at maryland's most powerful doppler radar. which is getting very active in some parts this morning but we're going to keep looking at it. we have pore rain, after all the rain we had yesterday and even the threat of severe weather that never really played out with the tornado warnings, we've got the chance of an isolated thunderstorm mixed in with some clearing this afternoon but more heavy rain and flooding likely to return on thursday. this morning, this is maryland's most powerful doppler radar. west side of westminster, because westminster proper is dry, you head up 140 towards taneytown, pouring, pouring in thurmont. that continues as we show you the wide view. there's the knot of heavy rain through northern frederick county now and just clipping the west side of
'm fighting for you. >>> linda so - so we're good. let's toss to it weather. >> justin berk. >> good morning to you. you may be saying row, row this morning as you work your way through carroll county. heavy rain had already pushed throughh taneytown to frederick. we'll have partial clearing through lunchtime but an isolated thunderstorm pops up again in the afternoon. more rain and heavier rain may move back in thursday. on maryland's most powerful doppler radar you can see the red and orange from frederick to tawnytown, westminster now getting moderate rainfall. still heavy back towards frederick moving east. and reisterstown around the beltway has become a little wet. we're dealing with wet roads, that line of rain extends to the west side of dc and more through southern maryland. we'll have to see if that band can enhance a little bit but needless to say it's making things wealth, -- wet. with the rain we've already had there's a flash flood watch in effect. an isolated thunderstorm could pop this afternoon with a partly sunny sky, 2-degree guaranteed high of 79. and get set for more ra
for joining us. i'm megan pringle. jamie's on the go. first, let's start things off with weather and justin berk. good morning. >> reporter: good morning, megan. i was just getting the update that the tropics are getting a little bit more dangerous. hurricane carl is now up to a category 3 storm. it was expected to reach a major hurricane status. we'll show you that in a couple of minutes. locally, though, we had our own problems with the rain that moved in. while it moved in four to five hours earlier than i expected, it's now out of here and we have a decent friday stacking up. wet grounds this morning and clouds left over to the north around the city itself, we should have early morning sunshine with strong winds and skies turning partly to occasionally mostly cloudy as we get to 82 degrees. the good news is again that the rain that had come in early yesterday may have ruined some of your afternoons is already out of here and should speak for an improved friday setup. we'll have more on that hurricane carl, now a category 3 storm about to make landfall in mexico later today. right now, l
. >>> push you over to the weather center, pal. >> meteorologist justin berk. 1-0, that is all that matters. >> it was all about that ugly drive at the end of the first half too, huh? how many third down and longs can you get in penalty to keep you going. good stuff for the ravens. weatherwise, uneventful locally. a chilly morning this afternoon, warming up quickly. hurricane igor is still a category 4, a little weaker. we should add to the list hurricane julia. two hurricanes in the atlantic we'll be talking about. you can see them in the middle of the screen, 140 mile-per-hour winds. igor weaker than yesterday but still a very large and potent storm spreading waves across the western atlantic shorelines, especially for the caribbean beaches. we're also looking at hurricane julia which now has winds up to 75 miles per hour. just named with the latest advisory from the national hurricane center. locally, it's just about clear to partly cloudy skies. temperatures this morning ranging from 58 westminster to perry hall. 56 bel air. even the eastern shore at chestertown, you're starting in the
on this thursday morning, thanks for joining us. i'm megan pringle. >> i'm jamie costello. let's talk to justin berk on this thursday morning. >> little weather rolling in here. we have added clouds today. after all these beautiful days we've had, we have a chance for much-needed moisture. tropics active here. we have karl hitting mexico, as a tropical storm before it hits mexico again as a hurricane. julia downgraded to a category three. we're watching the clouds that have rolled in overnight. as a result, it's keeping our temperatures from getting too chilly. we were down in the 50s, now at 64 in baltimore. 63 in easton. our hour by hour forecast calls for a partly to mostly cloudy sky. our check on traffic now, here's kim brown. >> i heard you try to sneak that 40-degree temperature in there, not yet. so far this morning, traffic is looking pretty good. no major problems on any of the big roadways. as we look at the beltway, northeast corner, harford road. no real problems as you make your way around 94 or the 83 east. as we look at our drive times, five minutes from shawan to the beltway. a
's hold hands and we'll get through. >> it's going to be a wet one. be prepared. let's get to justin berk. >> nicole itself is no longer an official tropical storm, that's just for academic purposes. for all intents and purposes, it's a tropical system. it'll be with us for at least the next 16 to 20 hours. all right? so what we got right now, we could continue to deal with for the entirety of today, that is uh, is basically the easy way to say it. winds will be gusting to 45 miles per hour. we've already had a tornado warning this morning. nothing transpired out of that, typically landfalling tropical systems, there'll be potential for more tornados. rainfall on average, 2 to 5 inches. there could be locally higher amounts, as we've already seen close to a foot of rain to our south in the carolinas. no doubt there'll be flooding. you see rain everywhere. hard to pinpoint everything other than the fact we have orange and red shadings, south of the beltway, glen burnie on down towards annapolis. that's pushing towards the east side. there's more to come. in fact, we'll continue to watch th
with justin berk for the latest. >> good morning to you. want to see what we didn't want to hear. hurricane earl is stronger this morning. we're looking at this formidable storm off the coast. it's really well-organized. the strongest storm of the season thus far. this is on the borderline of what people are thinking along the coast of hurricane hugo, hit in 1989. this isn't a storm slamming on the coast, maybe brushing the coast, could be skimming the outer banks and ocean city. the beach's under a tropical storm warning. they'll be on the periphery of getting winds of tropical storm force, maybe hurricane force gusts. this thing is stronger and maybe larger. will be pulling away from our shorelines up the coast tomorrow morning. 40 to 60 miles per hour, maybe stronger gusts. waves tomorrow morning, 10 to 20 feet. we'll hardly notice anything, except for a push of water and easterly flow may give some flooding issues on the western shores of the chesapeake. 70 degrees this morning, versus 75 in ocean city. and our hour by hour forecast calls for a mostly sunny sky. maybe starting to see hi
for joining us, i'm megan pringle. >> i'm jamie costello. meteorologist justin berk with a look at our weather right now as we wake up. good morning. >> good morning. what a rough day yesterday. we had the rain push through and at times coming down and flooding some streets. even a couple of tornado warnings posted in the afternoon hours. nothing really transpired but we still have more rain and we have to deal with that this morning. in fact, we'll get a little clearing, still an isolated thunderstorm could linger into the afternoon and yet another storm will hit us with another round of heavy rain on thursday. this morning, maryland's most powerful doppler radar highlighting that we have a couple of showers around the area but heavy rain lingers just towards our west. this band of rain coming across the mountains and i-8 , and hitting -- i-81 and hitting frederick now will be sliding to the east. we expect a band of rain from virginia to swing through and give us a wet commute. right now temperatures are just warm and it's humid with 70 in perry hall. 71 down towards millersville and tempera
's the weather with meteorologist justin berk. good morning. >> good morning. by my calculations you have five seconds left. >> good. >> use it. >> good morning. we have a look this morning, at wet weather, the headline is going to be all about the potential for flooding. this morning, it's about the rain, it's about the spray, it's about the fog. that's going to cut down visibility and make for a busy morning, not only for you but for kim brown so stay tuned for that in a moment. we're staying cool most of the day, heavy rain, more on the way could lead to over three inches in spots before this thing is done. tomorrow night and wednesday morning. here's maryland's most powerful doppler radar. with one knot of moisture, you can see it rotate through on top of baltimore city as we speak. and heavy rain actually continues off towards our north and east as we're watching this morning, looks like the heaviest knot of rain from middle river and sliding its way east of essex and rosedale and up 95. so kingsville, white marsh and even up towards, looks like hickory and bel air possibly in the next 20
in a bit. first let's go to meteorologist justin berk. >> good morning. we are watching bands of rain move through. some still heavy at times and we have a flood watch that takes us through 8:00 this morning. basically the radar highlighting heavier rain just northwest of baltimore. and if you are traveling in the hereford zone you're dealing with fog and spray, that is including to taneytown, northwestern carroll county. there's the flood watch until 8:00 a.m. then the showers try to break with a partly sunny sky, still a threat of an isolated storm from lunchtime through the afternoon, 2-degree guaranteed high of 79. there's a chance of a tropical storm forming. i'm looking at new information that could roll up the east coast and affect us by the end of the week. more on that in a moment. right now i got kim brown's attention, so let's get your attention with a look at traffic. >>> traffic not looking so hot. we have problems on the outer loop of the beltway and bw parkway. let's look, this is going to be the outer loop at old court road, a crash is blocking the two right lanes. traffic
is going to be like with meteorologist justin berk. welcome back. >> thank you very much. i missed my jersey this morning. needless to say i think there's enough going around. we have a long week to get through, after getting beneficial rain yesterday. we picked up 3/4 inch in some spots. up to an inch. cool day. this morning, mostly cloudy skies and areas of fog. there will be a little breeze that helps to clear us out by the afternoon. then we got this hurricane igor. i'm hearing both phonetics on the storm. either way it's a category 4 on the verge of a 5, monster hurricane. we'll see how that may impact the east coast for the upcoming week. on the satellite and radar, the rogue clouds on the eastern shore, we still have patchy fog to deal with and 59 degrees in baltimore. follow the our wake-up window at the bottom of the screen. and the rest of the week's forecast in a pinch. >>> let's check the roads with kim brown. >> welcome back, justin. right now we have a couple of accidents working, one 95 northbound at the chesapeake house rest area that has northbound 95 shut down at thi
-old, all right? >>> let's look at weather right now. here he is, justin berk. good morning, justin. >> you're not going to like what you're about to see. we've been talking about the potential of building in rain. it comes from the potential of a tropical storm. this one is a unique situation. we could be watching tropical storm nicole form today, over cuba. tropical storm watches and warnings, basically from the keys up through southern florida counties. that could reach maryland and the chesapeake bay by thursday evening and thursday night. for us, that means the possibility of flooding range between 2 to 4 inches. on top of what we just had. there may be spots with higher amounts depending on where the rain bands set off. clouds trying to thicken up. we still do have a partly sunny sky across the area. 64 here in baltimore. imagine that mark in easton. mid- to upper 60s in southern maryland, cooler 50s to our northwest. as for the moisture, rain reaching southern maryland. perhaps a few sprinkles in caroline county. rain towards richmond and norfolk and further south. we'll be right alo
in and see what's going on here. we are going to talk to justin berk and see where he is. we can see the squall line here kind of close. we'll either get in on that action or just miss it. we'll see how that works. let me show you what's going on with the storm. no change. hurricane earl is still moving north-northeast at 16 miles per hour and we're looking at a category 2 storm. let's send it to justin. tell us what's going on. >> reporter: we're actually here on the beach and the squall line is close. anemometer is reading 28 mile- per-hour steady winds. there are clouds like sand that are just being blown up by the wind and hitting us. it makes it hard to stand and look in that direction so let's go the other way. you can see how angry the waves are. occasionally they will settle down, but with the squall line approaching, the waves have been picking up and refusing to let the old waves go out and crash on top of ourselves. we're probably peaking at 10 to 12 foot just off the shoreline. then higher waves with estimates close to 15 to 20 feet a little farther out to sea. needless t
and tourists for possibly more evacuation orders. let's go to justin berk. >>> we're continuing to watch ocean city. if there's any impact, it will be there. and we have a weather station to show you. we're basically looking at earl with the winds 125 miles an hour. it's a tightrope that we're finding with how this thing will play out with high pressure to the north. and the rain on the edge of the screen on the left side all impacting how this thing will travel up the east coast and maybe clip the outer banks and give a little nudging blow to ocean city. 84 degrees right now a gorgeous day out there. take away the storm and we have fantastic weather. we just got to deal with the storm tonight through friday and the weekend shaping up just fine for all of us. and we'll talk about that forecast in a little bit. >>> earl is a concern for all of us. but especially those that love to spend time on the water. and you'll find plenty of those folks in annapolis. >> reporter: dealing with the storm is nothing new for annapolis. but many here are taking this storm seriously. >> if you're going stay abo
try. >>> here's justin berk now. let's take a look at weather. >> the problem is you have a picture of your sister on your desk. >> who would not be a fan of this conversation? >> she would walk away, wouldn't she? >> i think we should safely move on to something else. how about those weather headlines? besides the fact we've got more clouds today and we do have a chance of some showers moving in, we still need some moisture. you want to talk about family here, we've got family in the tropics. three named systems. tropical storm carl hit mexico yesterday. it's going to hit them again and it's already getting stronger. igor has been downgraded to category 3. juliet downgraded to a category 2 storm. yesterday we had category 4 storms, a record that's not happened since 1926. they are not major hurricanes, one major and two minor. when you get two systems that are fairly close there's something called the fugiwara effect where they rotate around each other. i wonder how close julia gets, that's fugiwara in case you want to study for the quiz later. igor doesn't appear to be possibly im
," i'm meteorologist justin berk. the rain moved in earlier yesterday but now it's already out of here making for a dry day for the most part. a strong breeze averages 15 to 25 miles per hour with a mild day with a high of 82. tomorrow upper 70s with sunshine, back to 82 on sunday and upper 70s to low 80s early next week with a next chance of rain by tuesday and wednesday. and we are live in flushing, queens. we'll have all of america's weather in the next half hour. robin? >> oh, seeing that damage from the storm yesterday. all right, sam. >>> britain's prince william has his wings. he graduated this morning from a royal air force training program that qualifies him to become a full-time military search and rescue helicopter pilot. nick watt has much more from london. good morning, nick. >> reporter: good morning, robin. well, flight lieutenant william wales is now ready to fly. ready to start a new chapter in his life. he's 28 years old now. is he also ready for marriage? there he is. no longer just a prince, but a qualified search and rescue helicopter pilot. what a dreamboat. >> it
, maryland. i'm meteorologist justin berk. you already noticed a slight warm-up out there this morning. we jump about 10 degrees above normal. we mix in clouds and isolated late day or evening thundershower. mainly west of town. our two-degree guaranteed high of 87. crank up the heat, 89 to 90 both days. steadier chance of rain building in, sunday, monday and tuesday, we're back in the 70s. 89 in washington, d.c. today. 85 in new york. and, robin -- >> oh. that doesn't jive with what's behind you right now? >> yeah. tonight, it all starts. >> we get to pull out the sweaters and everything. >> not yet. >> sam, thank you. >>> the owners of two farms at the center of that massive egg recall are set to appear before congress this morning. and one of those men will reportedly apologize for what happened. our dr. richard besser joins us live from baltimore, with more on the lingering questions about the safety of the nation's eggs and the effects of that salmonella outbreak. good morning, rich. >> good morning, robin. you know, there's new numbers out from the cdc. 1,600 americans have been sick
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